Disclaimer: I received a free product for my review! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity..
If you like chips but are trying to eat healthier, Food Should Taste Good is for you. Their products are all natural and have a simple list of ingredients that you can pronounce. They are also gluten-free, cholesterol free, certified kosher, and have zero grams of trans fat. Many varieties are also Vegan Action certified vegan (with the exceptions of Cheddar, White Cheddar, Chocolate and Jalapeño with Cheddar Tortilla Chips.) They are also working on getting their chips verified by the Non-GMO Project to ensure you there are no GMOs. The Original Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato chips are the first to have been verified!
Food Should Taste Good not only believes good food really should taste good, but also that it should do good. They have supported Play For P.I.N.K. this year by donating $10,000 to find a cure for breast cancer. Some packages also have Box Tops which can help fund local schools!
There are so many different flavors of tortilla chips, kettle cooked chips and crackers (see here)! I was able to try the Cantina, Kimchi, Multigrain, and Sweet Potato tortilla chips. I was not huge on the Kimchi as cabbage is not really my thing, but I did not mind them. They just had a bit of a kick. I think with a good dip I could love them. The Multigrain is one of my favorites and tastes amazing with guacamole or cheese slices. Sweet Potato really surprised me. I am not a fan of sweet potatoes (unless they are drenched in butter, cinnamon, and brown sugar,) but I really like the Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips! They had a distinct sweet potato flavor, but had the perfect blend of sweet and salty; I can’t get enough! These are one of my go-to snacks to keep next to the bed for when I am craving a tasty and healthy late-night snack. I would imagine these going well with a sweet brown sugar cinnamon dip. I would even eat these with baked sweet potato casserole as a dip. The Cantina are just like regular tortilla chips made with yellow corn and sea salt. Unlike common store brands, the FSTG Cantina chips taste fresh and homemade. I love these with salsa or in soup (see recipe link below.) The next flavor I would love to try is their new Harvest Pumpkin!
Try my Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe HERE made with Food Should Taste Good Cantina Tortilla Chips!
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You can purchase Food Should Taste Good chips from most conventional and natural grocery stores around the USA and Canada as well as online.